Donor Stories

Donor Stories

Without our loyal, dedicated, compassionate, and generous donors, D.A. Blodgett - St. John's would not be able to provide services and programs to more than 3,000 children and families annually. Our donors are who help make our work possible. Thank you for the bottom of our hearts, for all you do, for the families and children we serve.

Below are some real stories of real donors that have impacted D.A. Blodgett - St. John's with their generosity. Click on their names to read how they are helping make a difference.

Edith I. Blodgett
“Ever since D.A. Blodgett - St. John’s was founded, it has helped children; first in the orphanage and then by placing children in foster and adoptive homes in the community."

"Their mission and focus is serving children who are abused, neglected, or in need of positive adult mentors; children whose parents suffer from addictions, are young with no parenting skills, or who are incarcerated. I feel deeply moved to help children from our community who live in emotionally unstable and unsafe environments. D.A. Blodgett - St. John’s can provide them with loving and healing support. It is my honor to continue providing support to this wonderful Agency that was founded by my late husband, John W. Blodgett’s family in 1887. They play a vital role in the lives of children.”

Steele & Mary Taylor
“D.A. Blodgett - St. John’s history and reputation for providing life transforming programs for children in need is very impressive."

"They are willing to branch out beyond their comfort zone in order to meet the needs of these deserving children. There is a great need for good foster and adoptive homes as well as good mentors in this community, and D.A. Blodgett - St. John’s takes their mission of transforming the lives of children very seriously.”

Bill & Inetta Martindill
“As adoptive parents, we support D.A. Blodgett - St. John’s because of the great work it does to find suitable homes for neglected, abused, and unwanted children and especially for its work as a leading adoptive Agency.”